For the past century, there has been a concerted effort by governments and nations to increase literacy rates. This has been done with the aim of promoting population participation in important areas such as education, politics, and information dissemination. It has long been recognised that literacy is a valuable commodity in its own right, as it opens up opportunities for individuals and communities to thrive and grow.

But in the twenty-first century, we are experiencing fast advancements in data and interface technology. These are making literacy appear outdated. It is becoming increasingly evident that we are heading towards an age in which AI-generated content will be the norm. Pure human creations will be seen as antiques or collectibles.

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